Custom Setup Fee (.SVG, .EPS, .PDF)
*** The PDF file MUST be vectorized ***
What Is an SVG File?
A file with the SVG file extension is most likely a Scalable Vector Graphics file. Files in this format use an XML-based text format to describe how the image should appear. Since text is used to describe the graphic, an SVG file can be scaled to different sizes without losing quality—the format is resolution-independent. This is why website and print graphics are often built in the SVG format, so they can be resized to fit different designs in the future.
What Is an EPS File?
A file with the EPS file extension is an Encapsulated PostScript file. They're typically used by drawing applications to describe how to produce images, drawings, or layouts. They can contain both text and graphics to describe how the vector image is drawn, but they also usually include a bitmap preview image "encapsulated" inside.
What Is a PDF File?
Developed by Adobe, a file with the .PDF file extension is a Portable Document Format file. PDF files can contain not only images and text, but also interactive buttons, hyperlinks, embedded fonts, video, and more. Because PDFs don't rely on the software that created them, nor on any particular operating system or hardware, they look the same no matter what device they're opened on.